# Anisotropic fractal magnetic domain pattern in bulk Mn1.4PtSn

@article{Sukhanov2020AnisotropicFM,
title={Anisotropic fractal magnetic domain pattern in bulk
Mn1.4PtSn},
author={A. S. Sukhanov and B. E. Zuniga Cespedes and Praveen Vir and Alistair S. Cameron and Andr{\'e} Heinemann and Nicolas Martin and Gr{\'e}gory Chaboussant and V Punith Kumar and Peter Milde and Lukas M. Eng and Claudia Felser and Dmytro S. Inosov},
journal={arXiv: Strongly Correlated Electrons},
year={2020}
}
• Published 15 July 2020
• Physics, Materials Science
• arXiv: Strongly Correlated Electrons
The tetragonal compound Mn$_{1.4}$PtSn with the $D_{2d}$ symmetry recently attracted attention as the first known material that hosts magnetic antiskyrmions, which differ from the so far known skyrmions by their internal structure. The latter have been found in a number of magnets with the chiral crystal structure. In previous works, the existence of antiskyrmions in Mn$_{1.4}$PtSn was unambiguously demonstrated in real space by means of Lorentz transmission electron microscopy on thin-plate…
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